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Atmospheara User Guide
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Delay, Flanger and Reverb
The Delay Time, Bounce and Delay Feedback dials are used to set the basic amount of delay and the length of time it takes the delay to fade, by adjusting the Bounce you can set the width of the stereo field that the delay sits in.

The Lo Cut and Hi Cut will effect the bandwidth of the delay, this allows you to position and limit the delays sound field, reducing the amount of space it takes up in the spectrum, adding more definition the source waveform.

Use the Dry Wet Balance to set the mix amount of the delay. The Flanger is part of the delay circuit and a balance of the two is set via the Delay Flanger Mix dial.


The reverb space is increased using the Reflection Time dial, to position and limit the sound field use the HiCut, Low Cut and Dry Wet Balance to fit the ambience around the source waveform produced by ArcWave.
Filter Bank
Each filter is a bandpass kill design and are numbered B1 to B8 if you set all the filters to zero they will block the signal path.

Lifting just one filter will let a narrow band pass through, then by moving the Band dial you can sweep the filter around the spectrum, turning up the Depth dial will then move the filter according to the speed set by the LFO.

Altering the Phase, Attack and Symmetry will affect the LFO waveform shape.

The 8 stereo filters are made up from 32 single pole HP and LP combined filters (16 left and 16 right), the filters are equally spaced from low to high, the position that each filter sits is set by the Shift dial, so as the LFO travels through it's range the filters will move up and down the spectrum and across the stereo field.
Input - The input level to the compressor.

Threshold - The level that the compression starts to take effect. Ratio - The amount of compression that is applied to the signal. Knee - The shape of the compression effect.

Saturation - The amount of headroom.

Attack - The amount of time that it takes for the compression to be applied. Release - The decay time of the compression effect.

Output - The output level of the compressor that is sent to the auto gain limiter.

Input Left/Right, input vu meter - Gain Left/Right, gain makeup vu meter - Out Left/Right, output vu meter.

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